Location: Haverhill, Massachusetts
Phone: 978-374-4736 866-693-7199
Email: E-mail Me
GINA T. DUSSI has been associated with Finbury & Sullivan, P.C. since 2012 after spending most of her career in the area of insurance defense litigation, working as both in-house counsel and outside counsel for insurance companies. Gina is an experienced trial lawyer and has litigated, arbitrated and mediated hundreds of cases throughout her career. For several years, Gina was an adjunct professor at the Mass School of Law in Andover, Massachusetts teaching Moot Court, Motions and Litigation Practice, Appellate Practice and Legal Research and Writing. In 2009 she completed the Domestic Violence Project for Battered Women training program offered through the Women’s Bar Association and has performed pro bono work for the WBA in the area of domestic violence. Also in 2009, Gina completed the Domestic Violence Crisis Intervention training offered by the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center in Newburyport and has served as a volunteer advocate for the center. In 2010, Gina completed a Mediation Certification program offered by the Community Dispute Settlement Center in Cambridge, MA. Gina is on the Neutral Panel for New England Dispute Resolution and Case Closed.
Gina attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison and graduated with a Bachelor of Art degree in Social Work and Sociology. She obtained her Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law in San Diego in 1984 and has been living in Massachusetts since graduation from law school. Gina is licensed to practice in Massachusetts state and federal courts.
Gina was on the briefs before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in case of Wilkins V. City Of Haverhill.
Areas of Practice
- Personal Injury – Plaintiff
- Litigation and Appeals
- General Litigation
- Massachusetts, 1985
- U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts
- Massachusetts Court of Appeals
- California Western School of Law, San Diego, California
J.D. – 1984
- University of Wisconsin-Madison
Bachelor of Arts – 1980
Major: Social Work and Sociology